We have some very sad news to report for fans of the Netflix docu-series Jailbirds New Orleans. Inmate Crystal passed away in June at just 37 years old. Keep reading for details, including a tribute video from Crystal’s funeral and her family’s reactions to Jailbirds New Orleans.
The premiere season of the Netflix docuseries Jailbirds featured six 40+ minute episodes, but the recently released second installment, Jailbirds New Orleans, only has three episodes. And the final episode cuts off abruptly just after introducing convict Julie Raffray. Will there be additional episodes of Jailbirds New Orleans? If not, why are there only three? Keep reading to get the scoop!
Jailbirds New Orleans inmate Julie Raffray revealed on the show that she was charged with second-degree murder after selling heroin to a man who later overdosed. She later found out that the man was an informant for the FBI. However, Julie left out some additional information that make her story even more remarkable, including the fact that the drug sealer she was selling heroin for was also an informant, but for the DEA! Keep reading for all the details on Julie’s arrest, and get an update on her current sentencing and incarceration status.
Find out all of the crazy details on the arrest of Jailbirds New Orleans inmate Harley Himber! It includes lying about working for the Secret Service, attempting to kidnap a boy and his mom, a car chase with multiple collisions, and naked rock throwing! Oh, and drugs of course. Plus, find out Harley’s current status — is she back behind bars?
The popular Netflix reality series Jailbirds is filmed on location in jails instead of prisons, and as a result, the inmates featured on the show generally aren’t facing lengthy sentences for serious crimes. That is not the case for Jailbirds New Orleans prisoner Magen Hall, who is currently awaiting trial for second degree murder, armed robbery, and obstruction of justice. Keep reading for details on the 2019 murder charge against Magen. Plus, get an update on her trial, which has been delayed numerous times.
Netflix had a breakout hit with their 2019 docu-series Jailbirds, a real-life, behind-the-scenes take on Orange Is The New Black filmed in the Sacramento County Jail. Show producers left the west coast behind and headed to The Big Easy for the second season of the show, and this week Netflix released the very first preview trailer for Jailbirds New Orleans!
We have a Netflix Jailbirds update on featured convict Rebecca Temme. Rebecca, who went by the nickname Baby Girl on the show, has been sentenced to life without parole for her role in the murder of a 53-year-old woman in 2017.
We check in on Netflix prison docu-series Jailbirds star Gaylon “Shawn” Beason after her release from the Sacramento County Jail. Is she staying out of legal trouble? How are Shawn and her wife Christine doing? Unfortunately, the answers to those questions are not good.
19-year-old Yasmin Sundermeyer is the first inmate viewers of the Netflix docu-series Jailbirds are introduced to as she goes through the booking process for the first time. She begins rather cocky, and even seems to flirt with one of the corrections officers, before she has a very serious reality check trying to find a bail bond company that will cover her $100,000 bail when all she has is $500. Unfortunately for Jasmine, her bad bail situation has only gotten worse thanks to an alleged escape attempt. Much worse.
One of the stars of Netflix’s break-out prison reality series hit Jailbirds is unfortunately all set for Season 2. Megan Hawkins, the split-tongued inmate who is known by her friends and Jailbirds viewers as “Monster,” was just arrested again in California after a bank employee recognized her from the show and called police to report her for trying to open an account with another person’s ID.